Studioplus Miami Airport

7750 NW 25th Street, Miami, Florida, 33122, United States
Extended Stay America - Miami - Airport - Doral - 25th Street
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I can´t understand why cost 30% more than or or vacationoutl

by yusha

Expedia for a cruise in the ship Oasis,leaving Ft.Lauderdale 22 may a stateroom oceanview cost US$ 1499.00 and in or or for the same stateroom the cost is
only US$1149.00.

Should I buy at the best rate or there is something hidden, with the three selling at a far lower price?
In both cases there is no discount for residents or senior citizens.
Perhaps some kind of a catch?
Thank you very much ,in advance, for the help given

n or or vacationoutl

by xymmot

there are a lot of fees and add ons taxes on a cruise. I had to pay 125 in taxes and port chaarges per person and then there was a ten dollar per person per day gratuity charge that is optional per person, but well deserve that I paid. The far lower prices are in below deck rooms. I have stayed it them before with no window. It did not bother me and I saved a lot of money, I was out of the cabin most of the time If you have time, you can alwas get on the cruise line list for last minute deals and take them when they call, usually a week before sailing. You can cruise for 7 days at 299. What a deal.

Travel Tips for Miami

just enjoy

by jowzjann

theres alot to really see ..
many nice beaches .and clubs on southbeach but dont be fooled .. downtown lauderdale is just 10 miles north and alot less conjested for night life ...

i really enjoy a small area called downtown hollywood..very quiet and jazzy my child hood in north dade .we were rough kids ..haha

Ocean Drive

by cobrioc

A walk along Ocean Drive from north to south is a safari through the trendy. To the right are the hotels and sidewalk cafes that seem to spill into the street.
vehicular trafic is limited to vintage roadsters '63 Mustangs.
Fashionplates will want to head immediately for the Miami Beach residence of the late Gianni Versace, Casa Casaurina at 1114 Ocean Drive, three-story Spanish-mediterranean palace.

Miami Beach also famous for...

by cobrioc

Miami Beach also famous for its Art Deco distric,
perhaps the largest collection of art deco architecture in the world.This mile square distric in the southern portion of Miami Beach is known for its 1920-1940s Art Deco architecture, from the 1930s, when most of the art deco hotels were built, to the renaissance of South Beach in the 1990s,'the beach' has been Miami's social center. Gleaming white sands, glamorous clubs and glossy bare bodies are a big part of the attraction.But Miami Beach serves up culture,too, with Miami City Ballet, the New World Symphony, art museums and the entertainment mecca of the Jackie Gleason Theater.
Many beautiful buildings are bathed in tropical pastel colors and decorated inside and out with various Art Deco styles at Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.

Fort Dallas circa 1844

by pulgaron

Fort Dallas (William English Plantation)
Lummus Park, 404 NW 3rd Street
Year Built: circa 1844
Architect/Builder: Unknown
This native oolitic limestone building was constructed around 1844 as slave quarters on William English's plantation located near the mouth of the Miami River. The building served as a U .S. Army barracks after Fort Dallas was reestablished here in 1849 and 1855 during the Second and Third Seminole Wars. Moved to Lummus Park in 1925, Fort Dallas is one of only two surviving buildings from Miami's pioneer era, the other being the William Wagner House, also located in Lummus Park.
Fort Dallas (William English Plantation) is significant as a reflection of settlement
and military occupation along the Miami River during the mid-nineteenth century
and for its association with William English, one of Dade County’s early pioneers.
The building is also an outstanding example of early masonry vernacular
architecture and is one of only two buildings from this era to survive.
William English came to the Miami River in 1842 at the close of the Second
Seminole War after purchasing a tract of land from his uncle, Richard Fitzpatrick,
for $16,000. Envisioning a new town here, English laid out the “Village of Miami” on
the south bank of the Miami River and began to sell lots. English also established
his own plantation on the River and sometime prior to 1844 began the
construction of a stone residence and slave quarters. English, however, left Miami
in 1849 to follow the California Gold Rush.

The Plymouth Congregational...

by pulgaron

Date of Erection:
The architect was Clinton McKenzie of New York.
Plymouth Congregational Church is significant for its association with the early
development of Coconut Grove. In addition, the church is an outstanding
example of Spanish Mission style architecture and is particularly noteworthy for
the excellence of its design, details, materials, and craftsmanship.
Organized in 1897, Plymouth Congregational Church was founded by some of
the most influential pioneer citizens of Coconut Grove. Solomon G. Merrick,
father of George Merrick who developed Coral Gables, became pastor in 1901
and was the first Congregationalist minister to serve the Church. Plymouth
Church expanded rapidly as Coconut Grove developed and outgrew two
chapels before erecting the present structure in 1916.
Plymouth Congregational Church is also significant as an outstanding example of
Spanish Mission style architecture. The building’s twin bell towers, curvilinear
gable roof, and elaborate front entrance are important elements of the entire
composition. Also noteworthy is the building’s stonework, laid by a single
stonemason, a Spaniard named Felix Rebom.
The Church was constructed as a one story rectangular structure. Topped with a gable roof covered with corrugated clay tiles, the building is constructed of native oolitic limestone.
The southeast (front) façade is highlighted by a curvilinear gable surmounted by twin bell towers. The main entrance is located in the center bay and features an enriched classical door surround. The door itself is approximately 375 years old and came from a monastery in the Pyrenees Mountains. Made of hand carved walnut backed with oak, it still retains its original hand wrought iron fittings.
Smaller doorways on either side of the main entrance lead to side loggias which enclose the interior. The church was enlarged in 1954 by the addition of two transepts and a new chancel. This addition, designed by Robert Law Weed, changed the plan of the church from rectangular to cross-shaped.


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Address: 7750 NW 25th Street, Miami, Florida, 33122, United States